Open Source Software

Should Facebook Drop Libra And Buy Square?

Facebook's (NASDAQ: FB) recent introduction of Libra sparked waves of regulatory opposition both at home and abroad. Facebook plans to integrate the open-source cryptocurrency into Calibra, a mobile wallet that will add digital payments to...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Facebook Messenger, Nasdaq

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7 Gorgeous Free And Open-source Typefaces And When To Use Them

7 Gorgeous Free And Open-Source Typefaces And When To Use Them 7 Gorgeous Free And Open-Source Typefaces And When To Use Them ...

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Daily Deal: Sunfounder Robotic Arm Edge Kit For Arduino

The SunFounder Robotic Arm Edge Kit for Arduino is designed for DIY electronics hobbyists to learn robot arm control. With the open-source MCU Arduino UNO and a servo expansion board, the robot arm is easy to use and full of fun. You can control its...
Related topics: Robots

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Ibm Drags Websphere Devs Towards Kubernetes With Kabanero Package

Big Blue sings an Appsody to make its software stack easier to use IBM is the latest to pile into devops darling Kubernetes, pulling its Kabanero project out the bag at the O’Reilly Open Source Software conference, currently under way in Portland,...
Related topics: IBM

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Amazon Brings Serverless Pie To Visual Studio Code Party

AWS extension for debugging Lambda shuffles out of preview Amazon emitted the AWS toolkit for Microsoft's Visual Studio Code yesterday in an effort to nudge developers keen on the open-source editor toward its cloud.…
Related topics: Amazon, Microsoft

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Kde Applications 19.04 Reaches End Of Life, Kde Apps 19.08 Arrives On August 15

The KDE Project announced today the release and general availability of the third and last maintenance update to the KDE Applications 19.04 open-source software suite series. Launched on April 18th, 2019, the KDE Applications 19.04 open-source...

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Mozilla Releases Firefox 68 As The Next Esr Series With Cryptomining Protection

Mozilla officially released today the Firefox 68 web browser for all supported platforms, including Linux, Mac, and Windows, making it an ESR (Extended Support Release) version. The popular open-source and cross-platform Firefox web browser from...
Related topics: Firefox, Linux

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Ibm Closes Its $34 Billion Red Hat Acquisition

When it was announced last October, IBM's (NYSE: IBM) acquisition of open-source software provider Red Hat shocked the tech world. It was the largest deal in IBM's storied history, and one of the largest tech acquisitions of all time.IBM's plan to...
Related topics: IBM, Linux, Red Hat

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Firefox Quantum Now Comes With Curated Extensions And A Reader Dark Mode

Mozilla today announced a fresh update for Firefox Quantum, which focuses heavily on offering a editorially-driven approach to extensions, as well as a gorgeous new dark mode for Firefox Reader. Users of the popular open source browser will now see...
Related topics: Firefox, Quantum

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Manufacturing In China Hack Chat

Join us on Wednesday 10 July 2019 at noon Pacific for the Manufacturing in China Hack Chat with Jesse Vincent! It started out where many great stories start: as a procrastination project. Open source developer Jesse Vincent decided that messing...
Related topics: Procrastination

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Arduboy Mini Is A Tiny, Open Open Source Game Console (for People With Good Eyesight)

The Arduboy is a small handheld game console that uses open source code and which has a strong community of developers who have created 100+ games for the platform. But the upcoming Arduboy Mini is smaller, more fragile, harder to use, and…...

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Microsoft Loves Linux: Company Wants To Join The Linux Security Developer List

Microsoft is fully committed to the Linux ecosystem, and after investing aggressively in bringing Windows and Linux closer together, the software giant now wants to become a member of the coolest kids in the open-source world. Microsoft to join the...
Related topics: Microsoft, Linux

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Amazon Is Reportedly Making Over $100 Million From One Of Its Open Source Businesses — But The...

The Information reported that Amazon Web Services generated $100 million in revenue last year from the top 100 customers of Amazon Elasticsearch Service, a paid service based on the popular Elasticsearch open source search engine project. For...
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How Not To Get Paid For Open Source Work

[Avi Press] recently made a Medium post sharing his thoughts on a failed effort to allow for paid users of an open source project. [Avi] is the author of Toodles, a tool to help organize and manage TODO items in software development. Toodles enjoyed...

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Libreoffice 6.2.5 Open-source Office Suite Released With More Than 115 Bug Fixes

The Document Foundation has announced today the release and general availability of the fifth maintenance update to the latest LibreOffice 6.2 open-source office suite series for all supported platforms. Coming one and a half months after the...

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Ipfire Open-source Linux Firewall Now Patched Against Sack Panic Vulnerabilities

Michael Tremer announced the release of IPFire 2.23 Core Update 134, a new maintenance update to the open-source, hardened, and versatile Linux-based firewall that adds the latest security fixes and component updates. IPFire 2.23 Core Update 134 is...
Related topics: Linux, Computer Security

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Reactos 'a Ripoff Of The Windows Research Kernel' Claims Microsoft Kernel Engineer

Opines that there's 'absolutely no way on Earth this was written from a clean sheet' Axel Rietschin, kernel engineer at Microsoft, has claimed that ReactOS, an open source operating system intended to be binary-compatible with Windows, is "a ripoff...
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Google Open Sources Standardized Code In Bid To Become Mr Robots.txt

Forget about past technical decisions made by fiat, this time your thoughts matter Google on Monday released its robots.txt parsing and matching library as open source in the hope of its now public code will help encourage web developers to agree on...
Related topics: Google, Robots

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Freedos Turns 25 (open Source, Dos-compatible Operating System)

It’s been decades since Microsoft stopped developing MS-DOS, but there are thousands of old DOS applications that aren’t designed to run on newer operating systems like Windows 10. Enter FreeDOS, a free and open source operating system...
Related topics: Microsoft

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Facebook Had To Invent A Totally New Programming Language, Move, For Its Libra Cryptocurrency...

Facebook launched Move, a programming language specifically designed for blockchain and Libra. Move is an open source project that is now on GitHub.
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Blockchain, Github

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